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Archive for October, 2009

Joe’s Valley

Joe’s Valley

Posted on 27. Oct, 2009 by .

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I went back to Joe’s this weekend with Brian Capps. I was mostly psyched to climb the Skeleton Key V11. This is basically one very difficult move to an easier but dirty top out. When I went there last weekend I wasn’t exactly sure how to start the problem, and the easiest way seemed to […]

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Free Soloing

Posted on 26. Oct, 2009 by .

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Recently a friend of mine from Boston, Max Zolotukhin, was injured after falling on a free solo attempt of a very hard sport route in Rumney, NH. We climbed with Max on our New England tour in 2007. He has been a strong route climber and boulderer, and a dedicated routesetter and comp climber for […]

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Skeleton Key

Skeleton Key

Posted on 19. Oct, 2009 by .

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Rylan Marshall has sent me a couple pictures he took of me trying the Skeleton Key V11 in Joe’s Valley. Enjoy. Skeleton Key V11

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Joe’s Valley

Joe’s Valley

Posted on 19. Oct, 2009 by .

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This weekend I went to Joe’s Valley. It was quite warm and I didn’t climb too much but I had a good time with friends. I worked on a new problem, The Skeleton Key V11 and checked out, but did not climb on a very cool looking line called Zero V13. When the weather cools […]

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Midnight Lightning

Posted on 15. Oct, 2009 by .

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Midnight Lightning from Deep Roots Media – Dane Henry on Vimeo. First of all, it’s awesome to see bouldering get some attention and have it be well explained in the mainstream media.   Secondly, I thought I would share a story of a time when I was in Yosemite, bouldering with Tommy Caldwell. At the time […]

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Keymaker, Second Ascent

Keymaker, Second Ascent

Posted on 14. Oct, 2009 by .

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In a news article that most likely will not make the headlines at 8a, climbing.com or anywhere else, Nic Oklobzija has made the second ascent of The Keymaker at Devils Lake in Wisconsin. Well done. This problem was first climbed in 2003 I believe, by local Brian Sandona, was given V11, and has been unrepeated […]

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Open Sky

Posted on 13. Oct, 2009 by .

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I have been invited to become part of The Open Sky Project by the former CEO of the Ford Modeling Agency and president of About.com John Caplan. What this means is that if you are interested, you can purchase climbing related products, that I endorse, through my site. I want to be clear that this […]

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RMNP

RMNP

Posted on 08. Oct, 2009 by .

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Saturday I went to Upper with Jaeger and Rylan with one goal in mind, finishing the low start to Mirkwood, which Phil Schaall had done the first ascent of last week. I managed the third ascent on Saturday after a bit of work, and I think this is an awesome new problem. Jaeger made an […]

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B3 boulders

B3 boulders

Posted on 05. Oct, 2009 by .

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Part of the appeal of traveling to a place like South Dakota, for me, is that the area is home to several John Gill problems and the existence of a classic unrepeated problem, King of Town. In regards to Gill, for those who don’t know, he basically invented the activity of modern bouldering here in […]

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Horsetooth Hang

Horsetooth Hang

Posted on 02. Oct, 2009 by .

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The Horsetooth Hang is this weekend and interestingly enough Five Ten has put up a bounty for a documented (witnessed or videod) ascent of Meathook. They will pay $200 for a confirmed ascent. I have other business and won’t be attending, but it sounds like a bunch of really strong climbers will be there and […]

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